Mark Twain wrote to Rhys following his visit to Oxford to accept an honorary degree, and other correspondents included Gerald Manley Hopkins, Douglas Hyde
, T E Lawrence and Theodore Roosevelt.
Included among the up-and-coming talent selected for "Holding Together" at Dublin's Douglas Hyde
Gallery in 20 10, Kilfeather.
This is a man from the same county as Ireland's first president Douglas Hyde
- a president who was censured by the GAA for attending a soccer match.
Irene's cousin, Douglas Hyde
, now aged 83, of Wall Heath, Dudley, said: "Paul Williams befriended Irene after the death of her husband, Ernest.
In November 1938, just a few months after Douglas Hyde
was elected as first president of Ireland in June 1938, the GAA (an Irish sporting organization) suspended Hyde from the organization because he attended a soccer match between Ireland and Poland, which the GAA deemed as "supporting a foreign sport.
Ireland's first president Douglas Hyde
brought in the Centenarian's Bounty in 1940 when it was worth IRpounds 5.
1938: Dr Douglas Hyde
is inaugurated as the first President of Ireland.
In accordance with the reorganization, several JCJ design professionals have been named to the position of director, including: Christophe Cornubert, Conceptual Planning and Design; Robert Burling, Corporate Interiors; Douglas Hyde
, College & University; James LaPosta, Educational Design; Robert Nicholson and Greg Smolley, Educational Planning; William Dow, Hospitality Development; Brian Davis, Hospitality Design; Kristina Robinson, Native American Design; Stewart Jones, Performing Arts Design; and David Barkin, Science and Technology Design.
The exhibition remains in Haworth until the end of October and will then transfer to the Douglas Hyde
Gallery in Dublin.
A few months later, Lady Gregory invited Yeats and Douglas Hyde
to speak at a meeting of the Kiltartan branch of the Gaelic League.
It was Douglas Hyde
, who had defected from the Communist
Anniversaries: 5th: Asil Nadir, former chairman of Polly Peck, fled to Northern Cyprus; 60th: Protestant Douglas Hyde
elected the first president of the Irish Republic; 135th: The Maori uprising against the British began in New Zealand.